After a brutal series of gangbuster storms — and with more snow in the forecast — Boston is inching toward its snowiest season on record.

As of Feb. 23, 99.9 inches of snow has buried the city. Of that total, 87 inches has fallen in the past 28 days alone. With a total of 107.6 inches, 1995-1996 has long held the title of snowiest season on record, but this winter is close on its heels in second place.

It’s difficult to convey the significance of how many records Boston has obliterated this season — 5-, 7-, 10-, 20-, 30- and 40-day snow records all within a couple of weeks. February became the snowiest month on record after more than 45 inches fell in just two weeks.

In an average year, Boston would have seen about 30 inches of snow so far.

2015 snowiest storms
Jan. 27, “Blizzard of 2015” — 24.4 inches
Groundhog Day storm — 16.2 inches
Feb. 8-9 — 22.2 inches

Top 10 snowiest seasons
1. 1995-1996: 107.6 inches
2. 2014-2015: 99.9 inches
3. 1993-1994: 96.3 inches
4. 1947-1948: 89.2 inches
5. 2004-2005: 86.6 inches
6. 1977-1978: 85.1 inches
7. 1992-1993: 83.9 inches
8. 2010-2011: 81.0 inches
9. 1915-1916: 79.2 inches
10. 1919-1920: 73.4 inches

Another two to four inches are in the forecast through Wednesday evening as a coastal storm tracks along the coast. It won’t be a big snow-maker for the city, but they’ve had more than their fair share already. Now they just need to keep inching along — after this week they’ll be just a few away from the record.

Because once you’ve come this far, you might as well hit number one.